|Black Gold - Maurice Conn|
"Wildcat riggers risk their lives in the pursuit of oil. Their jobs get even more dangerous when ruthless oil baron J.C. Anderson (Berton Churchill) sets his sights on their territory. When longtime driller Dan O'Reilly (Frank Shannon) falls to his death from a well tower sabotaged by Anderson's strong-arm thugs, his teenage son 'Fishtail' (Frankie Darro) inherits the property and the troubles that come with it.
Keywords: Action; Drama; Romance; Frankie Darro
|You're Out of Luck - Paul Malvern|
Frankie Darro and Mantan Moreland are back as amateur sleuths in this sequel to "Irish Luck." Happily Mantan has more screen time in this one. Directed by Howard Bretherton Released in 1940 Probably a second-release edit. Free movie links for Mantan junkies: https://archive.org/post/1006776/the-mantan-moreland-list-update
Keywords: Mysteries; Frankie Darro; Mantan Moreland
|Valley of Wanted Men - Conn Pictures Corporation|
Three ex-cons return to the scene of the crime to find the fourth bandit who kept the loot and turned them in.
Keywords: Frankie Darro; LeRoy Mason; Paul Fix
Downloads: 2,732 (1 review)
|Young Dynamite - Conn Pictures Corporation|
The young brother of a State Trooper (Frankie Darro) helps capture murdering bandits.
Keywords: Frankie Darro; Kane Richmond; Charlotte Henry
Downloads: 2,781 (1 review)
|Racing Blood - Conn Pictures Corporation|
Frankie Darro buys a broken-down horse and turns him into a racing winner, despite the racketeers who try to fix the races and put him out of business.
Keywords: Frankie Darro; Kane Richmond; Gladys Blake
Downloads: 2,684 (1 review)
|On The Spot - Monogram Pictures|
Frankie Darro is a soda-jerk/scientist in a small town that mobsters are suddenly attracted to.
Keywords: Frankie Darro; Mary Kornman; Mantan Moreland
|The Gang's All Here - Lindsley Parsons|
Two friends take jobs as truck drivers, unaware that the trucking company is being targeted by a gang of saboteurs who will stop at nothing, including murder, to stop them.
Keywords: Action; Adventure; Comedy; Frankie Darro; Jackie Moran
Downloads: 4,671 (4 reviews)
|THE JUNIOR G-MEN OF THE AIR trailer|
A Universal Pictures serial with Lionel Atwill and Frankie Darro
Keywords: movie trailers; serials; matinee serials; Lionel Atwill; Frankie Darro
|Born_To_Fight - Conn Pictures Corporation, Directed by Charles Hutchison|
Frankie Darro is an honest boxer who is up against a criminal gangster that will either get Frankie to play by gangster rules, or get pushed out of boxing.
Keywords: Frankie Darro; Kane Richmond; Jack La Rue; Frances Grant
|1st DOUBLE BILL One In A Million (Sonia Henie) and The Devil Diamond (Frankie Darro) - Phil Binstead|
One In A Million, Olympic skater Sonia Henie's first film musical in 1936 and The Devil Diamond Starring popular B movie actor Frankie Darro released in 1937.
Keywords: Sonia Henie; Frankie Darro; One In A Million; The Devil Diamond; 1936; 1937
|WILD BOYS OF THE ROAD trailer|
Based on actual conditions when 600,000 homeless kids roamed the roads and rode the rails. Was just added to the Library of Congress National Film Register (2013)
Keywords: movie trailers; dramas; the Depression; homeless kids; Rochelle Hudson; Frankie Darro
|Radio Ranch (1935) 1080p|
Gene Autry discovers a futuristic civilization under his Radio Ranch in this Western-Sci-Fi-Musical hybrid. This feature film is an abbreviated version of the serial entitled "The Phantom Empire" from 1935.
Keywords: nuray; nuray pictures; radio ranch; gene autry; cowboy; western; 1940; phantom empire; sci-fi; science fiction; musical; frankie darro; betsy king ross; otto brower; b reeves eason
|13th DOUBLE BILL Sinbad The Sailor (1947 Technicolor) and Jamaica Inn (1939). - Phil Binstead|
Sinbad The Sailor stars Douglas Fairbanks Jnr and Maureen O'Hara, great fun on the high seas. Jamaica Inn stars Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara supported by Robert Newton, Alfred Hitchcock directed. 13 a lucky number for Maureen O'Hara fans :-)Enjoy
Keywords: Sinbad The Sailor; Jamaica Inn; Maureen O'Hara; Douglas Fairbanks Jnr; Charles Laughton; Robert Newton; Alfred Hitchcock; 1947; 1939; Frankie Darro